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How to change time on my tom tom one

I will be grateful if you could kindly advice me of how to chenge the time in my tom tom one. Thank you very much . Please email me at

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  • jackrobison1 May 06, 2009

    I simply set the wrong time the first time I used it how do I correct this problem

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Change preferences ----> set clock

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tomtom website ----> support scroll down at the right hand side click Find downloads, on that page look for your product manuals

hope this help

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How do I change the time on my tom tom


The clock on your navigation device is automatically synchronised with the satellite clocks. You can also set the clock manually, for example when the device is indoors and unable to receive a satellite signal. The default setting is to automatically adjust the clock for the current time zone.
How to change clock settings To select the time format and to set the time, follow these steps:
Open the Main menu and tap Settings.
In the Settings menu, tap Set clock.
Select how the time should be displayed, then tap Next.
When you do not have a satellite signal, you are asked if you want to set the time manually.
Note: Since you need to be outside for your navigation device to receive a satellite signal, you might want to immediately set the time manually. The device will then set the time automatically when you next take the device outside.
Tap Yes to set the time manually or tap No to set your device to update the time automatically using GPS satellites.
Hope this was helpful. Thank you for using fixya.

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Place it in the dash of your vehicle in full unobstructed view of the sky. If there are many cell towers, power stations, TV or Radio antenna in the near vicinity, it is possible you may need to drive, or move it around a short distance until it can 'lock on' to a satellite. This can happen in very clustered city environments.

Also, when is the last time, if ever, (no worries I'm just looking for causes) you updated your Tom Tom? In my opinion, the Tom Tom requires more frequent updates (depending upon your performance results) which means going to your local store (discount, electronic, etc) and purchasing a card that is activated at the register, and then at home, typically through a USB cable, you will hook your Tom Tom up to a PC or laptop and at the Tom Tom site (or whenever the card you purchased directs you to) you will type in your code from the card and it will upgrade your Tom Tom to the latest data available, and potentially resolving the 'satellite not found issue.'

I do hope this resolves your problem, if it does I would love hear that from you. A testimonial is always a kind way to say thank you! If this did not resolve your problem, I will continue to assist you until a resolution is reached.

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